Monday, August 15, 2016

John Birch Society

I was watching a speech by Robert Welch, who was the founder of the John Birch Society, and he was on the money.  Everything he said I agreed with.  He was talking about what we are now calling globalists back in 1958 (possibly 1974: it isn't clear.  That the same arguments could be made in both years, and indeed today, says something).  He called them the Insiders.

Here is that speech:

Virtually everything he predicted is coming to pass.  Even inflation.  Our currency has been inflated some $50 billion a month for the past 8 years.  We are not seeing price inflation solely because that money is not in motion.  But the stage is set for hyperinflation the moment the group controlling this money wants it.  And even absent hyperinflation, this is a MASSIVE transfer of wealth, an unbelievable, astonishing transfer of wealth.

The headless ones have been winning for a very long time.  Trump is the first Republican since Goldwater who at least might get the big picture.  Reagan won the Cold War, but at the cost of massive deficits, and in the context of large increases in social spending.  And he never questioned our overseas commitments.  Trump does.  He is asking the people who benefit from the presence of our troops to pay for it.

Hell, we should tax the countries who use the sea lanes our Navy protects.  That would be reasonable.

We have been ruled by lunatics for far too long.  The hour is late, but it is not yet midnight. If we elect Hillary, it might be.

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